Product images of Halifax, 1986
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Fay Godwin's photograph of signs on the side of a building in an urban environment was taken in Halifax in 1986. One of the signs reads: 'Aids, don't die of ignorance'.
Fay Godwin is best known for her black and white photography of the British landscape and coast, but was also a keen environmentalist. The relationship between man and the environment is a recurring theme in her work.
- Image reference c13527-60
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